Users who are presented with pop-ups by should know that they are infected with adware that is created to promote potentially harmful software. The adware associated with the domain may appear in your web client as a recently attached extension, video codec, and a plug-in. You may have installed adware with a freeware bundle that you handled with the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. You should note that web filters detect links between and unsafe online resources. Moreover, the IP address of is recognized in the deployment of adware and programs with an ill reputation. Security experts report that the pop-ups by instruct users to download and install software that may prove to be harmful or inject ads in their web browser. Keep in mind that the adware related to may read information like your OS version, browser type and whether you have Java and Adobe Flash Player in order to promote specific programs. Computer users should avoid downloading of programs advertised on the pop-ups by and consider using a trusted anti-spyware application to remove the responsible adware.

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